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April 18
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May 8

KCK Community Education, Health and Wellness Center

The Funding

This video showcases how KCKCC and its partners will fund the new $70 million KCK Community Education, Health and Wellness Center. Being good fiscal stewards, KCKCC and its partners are focusing on fundraising and grants to raise the necessary capital rather than increasing taxes.

More About the Center and Campaign


KCKCC At 100

In 2023, Kansas City Kansas Community College will be celebrating its centennial anniversary. KCKCC was created in 1923 with the goal of providing affordable, accredited and local junior college-level classes for Kansas City, Kan. college-bound students. The next 100 years would see KCKCC grow and transform alongside the communities it serves, but with the same focus of providing affordable college, career and technical education.

The Rita Blitt Collection

Artist Rita Blitt talks with KCKCC President Greg Mosier about several of her pieces that are on display throughout the college, including the ‘Ascension’ sculpture which in front of Centennial Hall, KCKCC’s new student housing facility.

KCKCC's COVID-19 Response

The safety of our students, employees and community members is our number one priority. We will continue to monitor local, state and national COVID-19 data and will adjust our protocols as needed.

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